Over the past 20 years, our volunteers have restored over $36 million dollars of market value to over 50 communities across Saint Louis. That support has created safe and healthy housing so 2,800 of our neighbors can remain our neighbors.
Give your time
One day last May transformed 60 lives. And while our biggest effort continues to occur on one day, the need exists year-round. Check out how you can help beyond Rebuilding Day.
Our office volunteers assist us by inputting data, calling house captains and homeowners, ordering supplies, soliciting items for fundraising auctions, fielding incoming calls and assisting with the organization of grants.
To serve in our office, you must be available any time during office hours.
Creating a safe home is our top priority. The Home Modification Analyst meets with the homeowner, completes a home assessment and develops a Scope of Work that identifies home modifications that will make everyday activities easier and safer for the homeowner.
To serve on the Home Modification Committee you must be an Occupational Therapist.
Our Home Evaluators meet with homeowners and prepare a Scope of Work for the Rebuilding Day House Captain and volunteers. Working with the House Selection Committee, you will discuss the client's top priorities and safety repairs that need to be addressed in the home.
To serve on the Home Evaluation Committee, you must be a home inspector or skilled volunteer, available for monthly meetings between August through February.
House Selection Specialists preview homes that have been approved through the application process. Volunteers arrange the initial meeting, build a rapport and review the home repair requests made by the homeowner on the application.
Our Public Relations Team writes PR and press releases. Working with the media, members of this team secure airtime for our leadership on radio, TV and in other features.
Team members produce slide shows, videos and other communication tools. They work with the Executive Director to coordinate, plan and schedule programs, fairs and other events. PR volunteers should be willing to staff booths at information fairs & conduct educational programs.
Volunteers on our Special Events Committee will help chair, plan and implement fundraising events. Activities will consist of soliciting sponsorships, auction items and selling tickets/tables to the event.
Our Corporate Fundraising volunteers maintain and grow relationships with our corporate partners. This team of volunteers will solicit past & new donors. They will explore new prospects for fundraising purposes and help with the “ask” to increase our revenue.